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"anil" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"anil" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"The AI today podcast produced by cognitive cuts through the hype and noise to identify what is really happening now in the world of artificial intelligence. Learn about emerging AI trends, technologies, and use cases from cognitive analysts and guest experts. Hello and welcome to the AI today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen mulch. And I'm your host Donald schmeisser. And we have another great episode for you today where we are thrilled to have an expert with us that we have been working with over the past several years, you know, on our various different events that we run, as you may or may not know, cognitive, the hosts of this podcast, Kathleen and myself, you know, we run these communities that are bringing together thought leaders from various different organizations and industries on the one hand on the government side, you may have heard some of those interviews from our AI and government series and also from the enterprise side with our enterprise data series. And if you're not familiar with cognitive and the AI today podcast, we've been going strong now for 5 years. This is over 240 plus episodes. And we've been spending a lot of our time helping our audience understand what is happening with AI today, which is why we call this podcast AI today. Not much of a surprise. And we spent our time pretty much evenly between these interviews that we have with thought leaders as well as education. So if this is the first episode, you should tune into our educational series on AI failures, also our education on AI methodologies and how to do AI, right? We're actually in the middle of recording a long series of podcasts on automation to intelligence, the journey, the road map from going there, and we spend some time also on ethical and responsible AI, and many other topics. So really, we really encourage you to stay connected with us and listen to all these podcasts to educate yourself and inform yourself not only on what others are doing, but how you yourself can do AI right. So on this particular podcast I am thrilled to introduce and have here as our guests, our guest expert, is Anil Kumar, who is the executive director at AI industrialization at Verizon. Thank you, Annie. Thank you so much for joining us in the AI today podcast. Thank you, Ron and thank you,.

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"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"Interesting, deeper theoretical principles that will allow us to answer Meghan's question in a much more satisfactory way. This goes back to the brain is a complex system and whether it's going to feel intuitively satisfying when we have a good enough explanation of consciousness because modern science is still grappling with complexity, even though you're talking about measures of complexity, obviously, but this is within systems where we still don't know what's actually important. We don't know all of the pieces that are important, to even test for empirically, right? So you're measuring these processes, but we might not have the whole story of what is important in that complex realm. Now I'm just kind of drooling up and not making sure you're absolutely right. And there's something completely that's one thing. What's the appropriate granularity? So we have one problem which is we don't yet have the new imaging methods to give us both high time and space resolution and global coverage. Even if we did, we don't really know what the appropriate granularity to look at brain dynamics or which levels of granularity are useful to look at brain dynamics. We assume is it neurons or collections of neurons, whatever. It's not just like voxels, that's pretty arbitrary, right? That's just what an FMRI scanner can resolve. And also there's just I think a need for exploring different kinds of measures that can characterize the behavior of complex systems in general. And this goes back to I think a theme that we've had throughout this conversation, which is is mapping between mechanism and experience going to be enough. Is it going to be intuitively satisfying? And one thing that speaks to that is, well, how do we construct these mappings? If we just develop correlations, like say, there's a correlation between you being conscious of a house and these brain areas being active..

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"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"Another friend of mine, hello, Steve, thank you for the question and thank you for your book as well. Reverse congratulations to you on know thyself. It's a brilliant book. Very much enjoyed it. It's another good question, of course. And the answers, I think I quite agree actually with Steve, probably more than he was expecting. If you take as one of the core methods and it is one of the core methods in the consciousness science, the contrast of conscious versus unconscious perceptions. Then you may be drawn to the cognitive processes that mark that distinction. I mean, but they can play out in different ways. They could be on some theories of consciousness like the favored higher order type theories of Steve and Meghan and hae Kwan Lao. The difference is in the kind of higher order representation that in some sense looks down at other processes going on in lower order, perceptual circuits, whether they're to do with the world or the body, but these differences could also be in these lower order circuits as well that explain a difference between conscious and unconscious perception. I think this is a very valid approach, I think there is as Steve will know. There's still a surprising degree of controversy about whether unconscious perception really exists at all, as a phenomenon, the closer you look, sometimes it seems to go away entirely. And it's also a methodology that is it works better for some kinds of experiences than others. It works to the extent that it does work. It works really well for extra receptive perceptions, vision, audition, things like that. You can have all these repertoire. This toolbox of masking techniques that we can use to at least approximate this conscious versus unconscious content divide. These toolboxes just don't apply that all they're certainly not as readily available for studying processes about the perceptual regulation and experience of these deep levels of self, like emotion. A lot of discussion goes into questions about are there such things as unconscious emotions? What would that mean? Is there an unconscious mood? Strikes me as completely plausible that there are some aspects of the brain's regulating of the body that do not arise into our conscious experiences. There are very basic homeostatic reflexes that don't seem to shape conscious contents in terms of moods and emotions or anything else. And there are others that do. So the question for me is more it's a very open question. What level of perceptual regulation or perceptual inference? Are there corresponding aspects of conscious content? At some level there aren't, and at some level there are. I think this is likely to apply, although maybe less so to the body, but it's just a much harder question to get at experimentally. And this doesn't mean that we just give up. It just means that what are the other methods? The thinking about consciousness without using these contrasts between conscious and unconscious perceptions. And this is where I do get drawn to these ideas more of explaining the phenomenological properties of a conscious experience that is there rather than worrying about when it is or when it isn't and what marks that specific difference..

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"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"Kinds of predictions. Then that provides a language for thinking about other kinds of experience, too. How they may relate to the experiences we're familiar with, even though we can't instantiate those experiences. Ourselves. The harder question to answer is how far does the magic circle extend? When does sentience gray out into nothingness in the animal kingdom? That's really, really difficult. I don't think there's a sensible way to answer that. There is something about level of complexity of the nervous system that that seems to me has to be important. Seems unlikely to me that C elegans this tiny worm with 302 neurons is conscious. But maybe that's just a species specific bias on my part. I mean, we know that number of neurons per se doesn't matter the cerebellum has three quarters of the neurons in the brain and doesn't seem much involved in consciousness if at all in humans. So all these intuitions that we have, have to be very careful about the extent to which they're based on a sense of anthropocentrism of human exceptionalism. And that's the tension at the heart of thinking about animal consciousness for me. Poor and poor C elegans always always gets shafted with regard to admitting consciousness in C elegans. All right, so I'm in danger of just going down the rabbit hole on my own question. So here's what we're going to do. We're going to go through the rest of these questions and because you already mentioned some things that related to some of the questions. And we can just use it as a jumping off point to talk about things that you write about in the book. So here's Megan's next question. Anil, you've described the real problem of consciousness as being separate from the hard problem of consciousness. So related to this idea, do you believe that discovering and characterizing something like a quality space like Rosenthal's quality space and similar kinds of writings and efforts by Hoffman Lao and now sushi and others? Do you think this is truly going to be enough? Do you think that this is going to make the hard problem truly just disappear if we reach a relatively full description of this quality space? And relatedly, what do you see as the biggest challenges in making the leap from a causal description, like a quality space, a full quality space description? To a true explanation of consciousness. Do you think that this distinction is also going to disappear as we get closer to such a full description? I told you Meghan really went after it. Yeah, I know. And I like the way she had questions always have her and relatedly halfway through..

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"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

05:10 min | 7 months ago

"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"It underwrites this close link between life and mind, because now these very basic experiences of just being a living organism and here's where I do talk a little bit vaguely about the phenomenology, the exponential character of this. What really is the base level of being a self. It's not the identity that you have with the name and a set of memories. It's not really even the experience of what object in the world is my body. There is, I think, for me, this very deep lying sense of just being a living organism. And that, and this is the proposal. It's not something that I can justify on the basis of clear experiments or data that that experience that basal experience emerges from the role of the brain's predictive mechanisms in regulating the body. And then everything else flows from that. So all the perceptual mechanisms that are now dealing with the outside world, or with the body as an object in the world. All have their evolutionary developmental and moment to moment, functions, being grounded in this basic imperative to stay alive. And this is not a completely new idea either, right? And it's got lots of resonances with people like Antonio damasio with Mark soames with Lisa Barrett with Evan Thompson, there's lots of rich territory, rich literature exploring these life mind connections. But my way of doing is to emphasize predictive perception and predictive processing is the common thread. Yeah, so there's a lot of different ways to go here. One of the things that say, you talk about the possibility you end up talking in the book about the possibility of AI having consciousness and maybe we'll come onto that later, but one of the things that I have as my own thinking about consciousness has very minimally developed over the years, it seems because I have not thought nearly as deeply about these sorts of things is that I do appreciate the richness of.

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"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"By the topic itself, people just come to the table with a strong a priori interest in consciousness usually. And a priori view on it. Well, that's right. Yeah, they also come with very strong opinions about certain things about consciousness and what it is what the definition is. What something like free will might mean and sure we'll talk about that too. So here the challenge is how to actually engage with preexisting views rather than just try to dump my own views into somebody else's mind. How to turn it from a lecture into a dialog. All right, very good. Well, I don't want to bury the lead anymore. So I'm going to start actually by reading a quote from your book that is kind of the crux of the message. And then I'll let you unpack it and kind of give an overview of your views before we move on. Like I said, I have a host of my own questions, of course, way more than we'll get to, but then I got a lot of questions from people like Megan. So we'll be hearing from her again. So I want to make sure that we get to those..

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"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

Brain Inspired

03:05 min | 7 months ago

"anil" Discussed on Brain Inspired

"The theme of the book really has led me to recognize these deep connections between consciousness, especially conscious self and life. The claim the primary claim being that we perceive ourselves in the world around us with through and because of our living bodies. I think of all the aspects of selfhood that we cling to and that we have some just deep sets, resistance to their being explained in terms of science, free will is probably the most clinging. This is brain inspired. Hello, everyone. It's Paul. That voice you heard was the voice of Anil Seth, anneal is a neuroscientist, and Professor of cognitive and computational neuroscience at the university of Sussex, among his other titles, and on the podcast today, we discuss his new book being you a new science of consciousness, which is about his research on consciousness, and of course, historical accounts, and other contemporary accounts of consciousness. So the book has been out for a few weeks now in the UK, where it was already a Sunday times bestseller, for example, and it gets kind words from the likes of David Byrne that as David Byrne of the Talking Heads, who calls it a brilliant beast of a book. But in the United States, where I'm standing right now, it is actually out today. October 19th. And in it, Anil lays out his framework for explaining consciousness, which is embedded in what he calls the real problem of studying consciousness. You are undoubtedly familiar with the so called hard problem, which was David Chalmers term for our eternal difficulties to explain why we have subjective awareness at all. Instead of being unfeeling unexperienced, machine like organisms. Anil's real problem aims to explain, predict, and control, the phenomenal properties of consciousness, and his hope is that by doing so, the hard problem will dissolve, much like the confounding mystery of explaining life dissolved with lots of good science. Anil's account of perceptual consciousness like seeing red is that it's rooted in predicting our incoming sensory data, and his account of our sense of self of being a person in a body is that it is rooted in predicting our bodily states and processes in order to control them. So we talk about that and a lot of other topics from the book, like free will, psychedelics, and ill answers a handful of questions from Megan Peters and Steve Fleming both of whom were previously inspired guests, of course..

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Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments In Anne Arundel County Canceled As Officials Wait For Doses To Arrive

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments In Anne Arundel County Canceled As Officials Wait For Doses To Arrive

"7000 covert 19 vaccine doses from the state. And that means a bunch of vaccine appointments for second doses have to be rescheduled. Dr. Anil Eshkol Yana Rahman says it's okay if your appointment is is rescheduled because you can wait up to six weeks for that second dose. But this is leading to a domino effect. It's gonna take well into March. To get through this group. So really ask her, Ask folks for their patients. I know it's difficult, but we're recommending is for everybody to get pre registered when you do that. Remember that it's still important to wear your mask, distance and avoid gatherings, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman says the 3400 doses that they did get will be prioritized for senior citizens and teachers. Pittman also says he's quarantining as a precaution because he may have been exposed to Cove it he has so far tested negative. There is a new push in Maryland to get folks and

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"anil" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"anil" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"anil" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on KTOK

"In the conversation we started talking about the funding police departments talk a little about racism as well and don is in Mustang high are you late go go go thank you you know when the police listened the guys back into limbo today is one of it was up to the share who Anil handled the criminal yeah most read you know what it would be like well I have a guy pull out from the you know you can't call the plate plate so elated beat you have they have you or you'd be they don't have yeah even white but but they're they're the country in the cult Yemen and it belongs and I guarantee it everybody carries a gun there army army we have got to open up our eyes not being day and open up your heart I it I'm gonna say it's getting I'm gonna say it's getting terrible and and other places but I don't see that here in Oklahoma City I just don't yeah yeah but you know whatever happens over there both work at Troy this and only please call back during yep M. Bartley thank you don in Mustang will in Oklahoma city thank you for hanging on very frankly as it relates to de funding the police what you'll see is the African and European model set place where you used to have local municipality police that did a lot of their own investigations now they're more of a figure habit right through and smile and wave just go to London and they have a so federal one police agency most of Africa is run that way there's the Tanzanian state police became canyon state police the Somalian Stapley corrupt from ground up because they have no accountability yeah this is why you want a local police department because of admin is not doing what you want them to do then you can go to the county sure county sheriff's not doing what you want them to do you go to OPI one may consolidate this all into one powerful overall watching big government will take care of you agency because this is where this is going and I don't know if they want to do it regionally state or federally but that's that's the drive the drivers to take away local control that the state and the government no better for you and they're going to design the state and federal federally put asked the Mexicans that they like the federal I mean just go to any country Argentina's state police murdered twenty one hundred people last year yeah thank you got corruption in law enforcement now with the way it's still less than the clergy yeah your pastor has a chance are you more than your local police but if you want to continue down this road of deep funding local police and finding alternatives like state regional and even national god for bid you in troops to handle this we've just started the problem but we keep up the good work all right well and the only one to add to what you say in the interim and in between the time that they want to defund police departments and set up this that will be like the purge you know that movie the purge where what is it I I haven't watched the movie but the premises every day for twenty four hours there's no law you can do what you want to do and and and so bad guys plan on the night of the Persian they strategize on the night of the purge to do maximum damage that's what that's what would be now it's not gonna happen here in Oklahoma I don't think it's gonna happen in Minneapolis I don't think it's gonna happen anywhere but what I did want to say is to the people who think that that needs to happen then okay who's going to already what's the average what's the average call time for a call in Minneapolis I don't know what it is I know here in Oklahoma City they try to keep it under four minutes a lot can happen in four minutes now what if there is nobody to come in for minutes whatever it is the sheriff's department that takes over Oklahoma City at law enforcement what four minutes could easily turn into forty minutes because even if you're doing eighty miles an hour down the turnpike that's about how long it would take to cross the cut the cut the the can the county now again I'm not saying that is the what's going to happen I'm not anticipating it happening here in Oklahoma all right could happen it could not it's not going to happen okay it is possible not probable and again it's not probable I think even though they're boasting about it on the city council of Minneapolis I don't see it happening that's absolute idiocy and then there was this concept of well the people who feel this way want to hire their own security services for their neighborhoods really who you gonna hire what's that private security firm that they contracted Ford to keep security in Iraq Blackwater the Foreign Legion or some other group of yeah let's call it what it is mercenaries if that's what you're going.

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Kylie Jenner, Forbes spar over story on billionaire status

The KFBK Morning News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Kylie Jenner, Forbes spar over story on billionaire status

"Is so someone that usually benefits from the mall's been hurt a little bit Kylie Jenner the she's known for her lip kits and cosmetic line on a Kardashian one of the younger sisters all forums has now taken away her self made billionaire title she's not a billionaire they revoked the title accused her of lying about her finances and said her actual net worth is under a billion at just nine hundred million dollars well that's all that's all just she's just a hundred million dollar shorts that's all becoming a billionaire Anil but she's not a billionaire not yet hello this is she is she says they're wrong about this and she truly is a billionaire she's claiming that billionaire

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Federal judge rules New York must hold June primary canceled over coronavirus risks

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

03:19 min | 2 years ago

Federal judge rules New York must hold June primary canceled over coronavirus risks

"Race Andrew Yang strikes again well there's an old timey name you haven't heard the inter Yang yeah no Yang is a disruptive force in the Democratic Party at least this week he is because remember New York state and its board of elections had canceled their democratic primary for June twenty third and said not we're not gonna have it anymore we've got Joe Biden don't worry about it and for the health and safety of our people are not gonna have this and that was widely seen as something of a coup attempt because Bernie Sanders made it really clear when he quote endorsed Joe Biden but he still wants his own voters to vote for him even though he's out of the race another reason for that is because he wants to crude delegate delegate strength by the time he shows up at the convention whatever form that takes but the democratic convention if he's gotten a lot of delegates behind him he can use that to advance the more socialist elements of the democratic platform that he's interested in seeing and then that's why Bernie was doing that so in New York it was believed that this was an effort to basically say never out we're not going to participate in this game we're just gonna try to get as many delegates as we can over to Joe Biden and Bernie you can go home but what ended up happening yesterday thank Dan thanks Dan regarding a lawsuit he filed he's a federal judge ruled that New York must go forward with its presidential primary the judge U. S. district judge Anil Lisa Torah's of Manhattan made the ruling yesterday evening that they will hold the primary in June and that tore as ruled in favor of Yang and the lawsuit as it was filed by young's office and the young lawyers said this quote this unprecedented and unwarranted move infringes the rights of plaintiffs and all New York state Democratic Party voters of which are estimated to be more than six million as it is fundamentally denies them the right to choose our next candidate for the office of president of the United States the court agreeing there and saying that this that the removing that Alexion merry was unconstitutional interesting that inter Yang we get involved in this the old Yang gang has not broken up they got the gang back together looks like that's right interesting I guess he's a he's a Bernie bro now I guess he's making it known that he is part of the resistance within the Democratic Party with this little move either that or he just likes getting votes you know he's like he still has his name on the ballot again alongside a bunch of other people you realize this you about this June twenty third ballot will include Yang Sanders Warren and Michael Bennett Amy Klobuchar Tulsi Gabbard Michael Bloomberg digest of all Patrick Tom's tire all their names are gonna show up on that ballot in New York in June and that every I released a statement yesterday said quote I'm glad that a federal judge agreed that depriving millions of new Yorkers of the right to vote was wrong I hope the New York board of elections takes from this ruling a new found appreciation of their role in safeguarding our

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"anil" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"The majority of them say they're comfortable with the idea of having a smart toilet in their home as long as nobody can hack into it get over the unique able print pictures like people getting booked in jail like all right get your bread eking of Anil pram I want a guy who's very familiar with them this has been an issue that is W. later comes to an end in the meantime on Wednesday yeah I don't this is I tried to you'll find someone the landing yeah I'm happy I'm sorry if I always taking walking through the woods every time exactly one Sundays Mondays to ninety two point five wants to say a huge thank you to our front line workers managing.

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"anil" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The members all wearing bandannas or surgical masks some attending by video conference and while the vote was not unanimous the motion Anil has decided that everyone were five years old in the border city of two hundred sixty thousand must wear a nose and mouth covering of some kind in public a violation could mean a thousand dollar fine that's crazy and we've talked about it since the beginning of this the civil liberty side of stuff because we're saying that we're seeing that more and more what's up with the civil liberties do we have an issue here are we are we overstepping those monitoring people that are sick you got Alabama think Massachusetts giving out addresses to the police over you know these people supposedly the corona virus you know that who is it like two weeks ago three weeks ago guy Kentucky member he went outside at the crowd of RCA to go shopping for her for him in his sick wife and they posted a guards at his door I mean there's issues here if you could tell any civil liberties you have to have at least two criteria number one there always has to be a sunset provision you can curtail it for one month and it's not automatically renew all you have to renew again number two it has to be justified by public health people not by political people and it has to remain non partisan in every way how we doing that and we know the civil liberties thing with the sunset clause rarely does that thing ever ever just like taxes gets put into a situation where they decide we're gonna get rid of it right we're just not going to renew it rarely happens to balance his reconsidered noting wonderfully considered Israel's you consider not the democratic countries if it has to be done on a very short term basis nasty little listen if you use the data for any purpose other than tracking people who are sick and it has to be limited in every possible way in the end we're always has the problem margin civil liberties during times of crisis sometimes they turn out very badly President Roosevelt were under ten thousand Japanese Americans in detention centers it was a disaster yeah I mean desperate times when we do that we round up people to get the coronavirus you test positive you have to go to another place I mean desperate times call for desperate measures do we put you know people tested do positive for do we put a tracker on them you're hearing things like I mean it's it's nuts and like you said it has to be used for this specific thing was we all know in politics especially in the world that we live in today go see what Edward Snowden was talking about all of those things get over used and over abused so what do we do that's the question do we lock it down three thirty days and say we're doing this for thirty days and then that's that and will remain stay in your homes you can go for a walk you can't be in you know in groups of more than two so to be able to go for a walk in the same household if you have a backyard you got back we have a curfew and essential employees are essential employees in the only people they go from state to state our real emergencies like real emergencies verifiable or your taking goods from one state to another state as a trucker something like that media probably pretty essential and that's it food you get to go get like maybe they're gonna start doing like they did Natalie in Spain you gotta have a letter of when you can come out when you can't come out this day you can go to the store just like back I remember as a kid growing up Jimmy Carter in the whole bean oil shortage in the gas prices and gas is what days odd even when it was far as your the back of your license plate what what is it autres even what they can go I mean is that we're gonna get to I have no idea but I also worry about the civil liberties forcing people to do certain things telling people they can't as symbol and and you know it didn't end there is that thank god for bid because the way they treated it is I said yesterday the way they treat this as horrible as it is and you know we want to spread it and at this point in time let's just say you caught how did you even know who you got it from or if you've got it from a person meeting you may have never come in contact with somebody that ever had it or tested positive for it but you could touch the handle redrock are we gonna start going after people who they thought may have spread it I mean there's a lot that goes into it and my fear is when the government starts to clamp down that was two days ago in trump at his press conference you know they started rolling out military guys and I started thinking to myself oh god only knows what this is going to be so we have to be careful with that but would you favor closing down your state that summit favor what are you okay with that and if you do that do you want a end date do you need to know okay yes will do this but only for this amount of time and it can't be any more that and they can't go back and say nope we reevaluated because that would be the thick we're here for thirty days and then on the twenty eighth day of the so we re value are due for another thirty days and we talked about the suicide level we talked about a lot of things you know there's new research out talking about the lockdown great article in Reuters saying that this could have its own health consequences that would be huge we talked about the suicide two thousand eight ten thousand more suicides that year in the Great Recession this could dwarf that numbers that would not be counted all thank you have to take into account three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter feel free to tweet at us you can text the program as well but hearing from a job number say awful but we would take that next month because next month those numbers and the month after that in the mail those numbers could be.

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"anil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Bringing food trucks and music to remain there you starts in April is going to run for the rest of the year we got the visiting nurse manager Anil efforts she's in charge of V. and a in home dell and she's basically dispelling the myths of the corona virus and you said weird al tweeted that you know he's not going to do my corona yeah he is a tweet from today was yeah no sorry not I might corona wimp could you imagine a I was talking to a friend of mine I'm hosting the Dennis and Judi sharing sources which you gotta do is you got to go out we open like I'm doing my five minutes you got to go out there and call off the entire five and do you see people you always get your so freaked out around now with all the coughing if they see especially when there's you know there's this disease going around that people are so scared about I don't care what time it is when anything's gonna somebody's call thing man I actually no matter what I'm going to be a little bit concerned it doesn't matter if there's a you know a bunch of the virus in the news that spreading around the world or anything like I want to get the mass concession for the cal basing your number we go to Sam's club we get a couple of cases a master we sit outside rule what a graph from whatever you do you do you know that's that they said not to wear masks if you don't know that it's actually worse for you supposedly I like I like by Ronen Facebook now you why would you washing your hands before he wants so that's the other thing is about Americans are so the most for the most part people everywhere are really stupid really in but yeah how say that commits this that because there was there the corona beer company took a thirty eight percent hit because people are afraid to buy the you got a great friend found the reason not to so it's like L. and now you're thinking maybe start washing my hands why weren't you both ways be washing your now do I wash my hands every time I go to the bathroom or something that no I don't I am always touch and everything it's it's not necessary to see the same concern you know we're talking you know back in the eighties thank you Megan is flush with our flight delays ever to go in here wow he's really calm from kicks we need to see a lot all right I still remember back when I was in I think second grade they were teaching us how to wash your hands properly and whatnot and the woman told us you're supposed to you know pump the the paper towel dispenser thing before you start well before you go to the bathroom so that way you don't have to touch anything with your infected hand you can just rip the paper is how right off you touch to paper towel before you go to bed yeah so then you take the germs with you or whatever you are doing well maybe you're gone doing the second one maybe you don't want that exposed to the same air really this is every school district is getting being a very weird topic will be doing is out now when do you touch to tell when you are a veteran one eight hundred three three one a one point five they think Wheatley different direction but god has really opened up to up a large discussion of bathroom etiquette well maybe we should ask the guy to dove into the port of five dollars he doubts if you cleaned washed his hands before he dove in I'm sure I'm sure he has a select few thoughts on bathroom etiquette for sure we were doing a snorkel I got.

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"anil" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Com scroll down and click on as Jonah Anil on their speaking of this is a question for Amy Jo indigo well who else would be answering questions you didn't actually send it through the acetone big L. Hickey said it's your contact us form so just in case you know one of the advisors other advisers picked up and went why would I be asked this question goddess and and see and it was his first billing so you read it let's let auntie Anne's yes this is rob who works in Hollywood rob he's the director of the some to make it's definitely Jello remember route from Hollywood yeah I think I can do to I think he actually works in video effects but anyway I thought it was a director of video effects directing actually last time you said that he was the guy in the head and shoulders commercial I think you that too well that was another guy never have no no no I'm thinking of the old spice guy that's equal he was very attractive all right thank you thanks for all of your great info in all the fun that you guys bring to your shows that don't get me out but I have one more month conversion question in regards to the aggregation rule of about two hundred twenty thousand dollars in tax deferred I raise let's say that I open a traditional IRA input in twenty two hundred dollars to use to convert to a rough and just using this number as it's one percent of the total the money that I'm putting into the traditional IRA is from my paycheck which is already been taxed so when I convert this twenty two hundred dollars they will tax me on ninety nine percent of the money because of the aggregation role so hasn't this twenty two hundred dollars been double taxed or does my tax deferred I right now have one percent as a rock it's like I have add this twenty two hundred as income twice on my tax returns but it really isn't new money that hasn't already been taxed once I hope this question makes sense to you okay let's let's break this down a little bit so he's trying to do a backdoor Roth IRA conversion yes so rob is killing it in Hollywood with all those directions director of operations in the head and shoulders commercial that's taken us right so he he wants to get some money into the Roth is his income is too high to direct contribution so there's a strategy where you can put money into an irate that's after tax and then convert because it's already been taxed iris is not contacts Gand yes they called it a back door contributions so as long as you're engaged now you can make an IRA contribution as long as you have earned income yeah I used to have yet to be below seven and a half now anyone can now so I'm getting close what are you so you can still do it okay I'm actually pretty far away so the question not but but here's the here's the catch with that strategy is that there's pro Ratta in aggregation rules yes and so what pro rat an aggregation rules is that let's see what here opens up another Iranian puts twenty two hundred dollars into that irate after tax dollars he goes well since I've already been taxed on it I got twenty two hundred dollars in the Iran gonna converted to arrive not pay any tax and have the twenty two hundred dollars to them in the future makes sense however the IRS is now you already have another area of twenty two or two hundred twenty thousand so you're twenty two hundred dollars is only it's it's it's a part of that same irate even though it's a he opened up another custodian with a totally different account number yes that's what's confusing to folks because I opened up a separate irate just for the specter iris says we don't care we're going to we're gonna take all your IRA's as if they were one that's the aggregation role in so you saying all right well I got twenty two hundred dollars but I have to under twenty thousand dollars so that's one percent of the total amount I have an irate Sir the IRS looks at that says all right if you want to do a conversion you can go all by all means do it we like we like that but you're gonna be taxed on the conversion view of the program to rule right in the program is at one percent is non taxable ninety nine percent is taxable so if he converts one dollar ninety nine cents is going to be taxable once and is going to be tax free so he's saying well this is B. S. it seems like I'm getting delegating double taxed what you got to convert the whole two hundred twenty thousand dollars to feel the twenty two hundred.

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"anil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Days at least Anil have more on that and begin the weekend coming up here in a minute a US prosecutor overseeing the Jeffrey up seems sex trafficking investigations as prince Andrew has been uncooperative speaking at a news conference outside of Steve's New York mansion U. S. attorney Jeffrey Berman said prosecutors and the FBI had contacted Andrews lawyers requesting to interview him as part of the investigation Fuhrman said to date prince Andrew has provided zero cooperation and renounce last year he was withdrawing from his royal duties amid renewed attention of his friendship with obscene and woman's claim that she had several encounters with the prince starting when she was seventeen Andrew has denied any sexual contact with a woman The Washington Post has placed a political reporter on administrative leave after she tweeted a link to a story about rape allegations against NBA superstar Kobe Bryant was killed Sunday reporter Felicia stone as tweet Sunday amid widespread public mourning over Bryant's death in a helicopter crash through considerable backlash on social media the post reported that she had received threats of death and rape and had to move to a hotel after her home address was published online she also received an email from executive editor Marty Baron saying her tweet showed quote a real lack of judgment you think you're paying too much for your medication New Jersey lawmakers unveiling a plan to make prescription drugs more affordable for garden state residents state senator Troy's singleton is introduced legislation to establish state prescription drug bulk purchasing cooperatives along with the drug affordability board together these two proposals will seek to drive down prescription cross through collaboration in negotiation ultimately benefiting the people of majors are a college grew up New Jersey citizen action says something must be done because this is a crisis that is costing us all and we cannot allow the status quo of pharmaceutical industry price setting to go unchecked in Trenton David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news before he heads to New Jersey for his rally today president trump is set to unveil his administration's much anticipated Mideast peace plan in the latest American venture to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict odds are taking shape appear longer the Palestinians preemptive rejection of the plan and trump and prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu shaky political standings trumps expected to present the proposal along side Netanyahu at noon in Washington today comes the same day as trump's impeachment trial continues in the Senate in the Israeli parliament holds a hearing to discuss Netanyahu's request for immunity from criminal corruption charges somebody jerseys first news five twenty six uneventful whether week but it will be cold for a little while anyway we'll have full details of the forecast in four minutes on a half hour at five thirty also at five thirty the latest on that big trump rally if you're headed down there this morning will tell you everything you need to know about it and we'll update business news next.

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"anil" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Beginning and there's a special reason for the beginning because ultimate goal is not going to do the same thing over and over and over and over again if because if you makes a somebody like a monkey and don't give them a choice to be other than a monkey thank you Sir for this the mystery of the donkey to die eight can you eat everything eight see each other so the the world we live in is of the world but the man came into and many came into this world having fallen and it cost out of paradise so to speak where we should all be one day please god we find ourselves it closed and Anil emotional animal nature we become what upset service we become what disturbs us we did we become upset when someone it is cruel to you and betrays you and we're gonna upset that yeah I have suffered.

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"anil" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Obsessive compulsive is that what you're after Anil retentive now there's a belief and documentation there's a belief and ensuring that our history is preserved and there's I think that from the very beginning a realization that something important is going on recognizing that future generations are going to want to know if there was I'm convinced was a closet archivist himself he called the archives his baby he hired the first archivist Robert D. W. Conor Conor wrote about what his interview was like with FDR it was summer he was wearing a woolen suit me was sweating bullets and the president asking you now it's pronounced archivist right not archivist so from the very beginning there was this how do you pronounce it what is the what is it all about so he puts up a call it was everybody running to him with these collections oh my god no that was the biggest problem may hand this is just cracks me up you want me to give up my records what are you talking about nothing changes some of the pictures shows horrible conditions records are stored in attics and basements all over town records of the White House during his administration were kept in a garage on the White House lawn fire broke out the president himself was out there in a bucket brigade putting the fire out to save the records it's amazing what has survived has survived this tension between protection and access it's the biggest issue and it's an issue that all of us in these kinds of institutions whether to live or cars or museum deal with every day in everyone of my jobs I've been through horrible.

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"anil" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"anil" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It that is the beginning and there's a special reason for the beginning because ultimate goal is not going to do the same thing over and over and over and over again if because if you makes a somebody like a monkey and don't give them a choice to be other than a monkey thank you Sir for this the mystery of the donkey to die eight can you eat everything eight see each other so the the world we live in is in the world but the man came into and many came into this world having fallen and it cost out of paradise so to speak where we should all be one day please god we find ourselves it closed and Anil emotional animal nature we become what upsets us we become what disturbs us we did we become upset when someone it is cruel to you and betrays you and we're gonna upset that now.

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Ohio Supreme Court to hear kindergarten bullying case

Scott Sloan

10:48 min | 2 years ago

Ohio Supreme Court to hear kindergarten bullying case

"Before the Ohio Supreme Court the Ohio Supreme Court there's a bowling case and this is gonna impacts of hundred thirty thousand Ohio teachers and possibly your kids and grandkids and that is this if a kid is bullied at school in the past bands of obviously how the Ohio Supreme Court votes on this your your kids bulleted school a teacher and principal the teachers and principals could be sued legally if they if the kids are a belated injure what happened was this the story started back Anil while going to lead up and other to kindergartners indicator girls got the fight they were separated later on one of the two was stabbed by the other with a pencil on the cheek and the concern there as well okay with the teachers have to do something to prevent a student from being attacked if not they would be liable under the eyes of Ohio law does that seem like a fair law to you joining any key hearing centers dot com hotline is Jason fell upon our former Butler County prosecutor and now a defense attorneys about his mother the show could have unique hearing center second hotline our thanks for having me on yeah right on the sill the I I think in in the in the sense of fair play looking to go wait a minute teacher a principal should be responsible if a kid gets bullied assaulted like this little girl in Toledo did that they should be on the hook legally does that does that even pass the sniffer test well they are legally liable and what the state law all right now says is that educators and of course teachers and and principles fall under that category are immune from liability last may act with malicious or wanton or reckless manner so another words negligent actions are protected under the qualified immunity that and I think you know basically they want to make sure that there are lawsuits all over the state bankrupting school boards but if it's if a teacher or principal act maliciously in bad shape or reckless manner than they are liable for a lawsuit but again is that that's kind of difficult bar right what what does that mean exactly could you give me an example of what I tell people all the time and there's the three state of Manchuria as the lead lawyers call if there's negligence there's recklessness and then there's intention and you know if I'm walking around with a glass of the party and I bump into someone it spilled that negligent if I put it on my head my start doing a dance and all the sale but I'm reckless and of course if I throw it on the ground unintentional so that those are the three basic perception so in this particular case that you brought up is if a teacher you'll turn the back wheel left the room but wasn't doing something may be intentional or reckless but something happened as a result then they would be protected under the qualified immunity now if for whatever reason they were militias they were fifteen and the bowling or they you know do there were issues and just didn't care maybe even put them together to see what happens then of course that's where it would go beyond that of a qualified immunity and they could be sued and so what happened in this case and to lead okay is that originally with the finance because the qualified immunity but that the appellate court said wait a second you should have some hearings on whether not the teacher was was reckless of the pool to negligent yes all right so in this case I I think about it all right let's say there's a couple kindergarteners they get a little verbal altercation Roberts okay stop you can't do that to your friend you know talk to him and he settled down a little bit later the one kid grabs a pencil and stabbed the other one on the cheek in this is the key this is the case that is before the Ohio Supreme Court Jason fell upon so in that case said that the kindergarten teacher did she or he acted a certainly wasn't malicious another goes bad faith but was there all wanton disregard was recklessness here in this case I didn't see anything in the and the articles I read that would rise billable reckless but I don't know if there's something else that maybe they didn't know about or something that's not in the article but you know right now it's pulling of the big issue especially with fiber bowling and I think the biggest will be over reaching yeah issue in this case is whether or not they're going to expand the liabilities of teachers and and printable coming street in teachers are under appreciated underpaid another there have all these extra responsibility that hello Sir like a third panel does not not what a teacher supposed to be and so if you're now putting them responsible for other kids actions that are clearly inappropriate I think that is a very it's a slippery slope you know what interesting take about ten years ago that the Supreme Court actually code on the same type of issue a a special needs student on a box was sexually assaulted by another student and the statute that I mentioned about qualified immunity there's an exception drivers if you if the bus driver was negligent in the operation crash or something like that you can sue the school and so they tried to expand operation of the bus to actually supervision of the students and the Supreme Court rejected that said that the unity the plight so I think at least ten years ago the Supreme Court held we're not going to extend liability because you know if your start Maszewo bus drivers and to you or you know they're up there what they tried to do to fix the problem the end there were acting appropriately but maybe you disagree that your have all these people that are gonna be school bus drivers were teachers anymore and if you're in bankrupt the school boards yeah I mean I I don't know so you can be you can be personally liable for neglecting something happens in the classroom you're supposed to be paying attention certainly that there's a mall and sometimes teachers ask maliciously we saw a case recently ask a few cases where a teacher started pummeling a student who was sitting there may be giving her mouth but and I get why the teacher sat but you generally it's frowned upon the two was physically solve the face a student who's sitting at a desk regardless of what they're saying or other acting in your classroom but in that regard though to you can you can mention cyber bulling because do you think some like this there's an ex that there could be an extension there because that to me seems like a whole different area it's the even though the schools address and cyber bowling and we'll deal with those issues you can police what happens I think that's unreasonable to expect schools to be able to somehow stop cyber boy exactly and then where does the liability stop so what happened to fiber bowling obviously Kurds outside the school and then something happened then that tied the score with that now the responsibility for but started inside the school and then that night someone sends a message on social media and the student commit suicide which we've seen issue that happened you know the school responsible for that I think at some point the people have to be responsible for their own actions and you know a school teachers printable they should take all reasonable efforts to maintain their classroom but if you start suing them over everything that a child an appropriate you know that that create a whole host of issues but digestion syllabus on the show this morning at seven hundred W. very slowly back at it on the queuing centers dot com hotline as the high Supreme Court is going to get really interesting case here came out of Toledo where couple kindergartners got a spat the teacher broke it up later one of the students assaulted the other should stab her cheek with a pencil and this thing is Rachel hi for print court of appeal and the question is whether or not educators should be immune or liable for acts like this and saying Hey you know what if the teacher didn't separators and one of the kids to the principal's office for cure keep them apart some like this happens and someone is hurt subsequently after that the teacher or the principal the educator could be pulled personally liable in the eyes of law which is a which is a pretty dangerous standard if they can prove negligence are are malicious purpose or something along those lines do you think schools Jason somewhere to blame here for this because obviously this doesn't happen in a vacuum but it is since my kids were in school your kids you look at this and go all right back in the day it off with a bowling issue you may bring a parent into a friend you learn how to fight you take the bubbly bowling in getting laid back in life when they be working for you ready go to still get education you that kind of thing Marty McFly right right now we've kind of collapse okay well that the educators the schools they have to be more hands on after prevent pulling in every school says we have a zero tolerance policy we're going to stop and prevent bowling from happening they've tried about this absurd standard and I'm not saying this teacher should look the other way not at all but to to say that somehow their response or cyber bulling or what happens off campus or during the summer or in the halls of the school went went in the in the boys the girls rooms when teachers aren't around it is an absolute ridiculous standard that they set this up no I don't think so I think that what they're trying to do is react to society right now because the point is a big issue and with the bowling and social media polling it's becoming more prevalent and more known to everyone at the end of the day school teachers printable they are responsible for the classroom they are responsible for the safety of the children when they're there but at some point you can't put all responsibility on the teachers you know it's been and I think what's important about this case and what a lot of a lot of people are discussing is whether or not action by the teachers are gonna be second yeah than this particular case you know did someone just say something mean to someone else they call out a name and then the teacher move them across the room which seems appropriate but then at recess something happened should the school done something more I think what happened to your going to get into a lot of second guessing hindsight being twenty twenty and at some point I I perceived that the green court likely return of overturning death and and keeping us very strict standard on one of these two yeah if they're malicious if they're the ones doing the attacking act in bad faith or reckless manner obviously it's on the table but expanding that to say Hey if a kid gets you separate a couple kids and later on they get the fight and some could get seriously hurt that's on you man it and that means every time a kid gets a spatter verbal verbal altercation they're gonna get removed from the classroom that's that's not good for anybody right I think they're going to be fact based you know for example is going to have to be pretty egregious for a four lawsuits are are going

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Trump loses appeal in battle over tax returns

Thom Hartmann

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump loses appeal in battle over tax returns

"Eighty a federal appeals court a three judge panel ruled that Donald Trump in fact does have to turn over his tax returns to the state of New York Cyrus Vance junior the the the prosecuting attorney Attorney General or whatever his title is from Manhattan district attorney that's his title had subpoenaed those records in the context of a criminal tax evasion chart case that they are you know looking out to see if trump you know what's up with trump trump has lost in court that's the good news the bad news is that means now he could ask for the entire you know and blocking the entire court to to to sit and judge on the US or it could just immediately get kicked up to the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court then could either choose to take it right away you know like I on an emergency basis like they did with bush V. gore back in the day or they can say yeah we'll think about it maybe next year and and then you know we still don't get to see trump's taxes and and learn how broke he is I'm telling you though he is broke broke broke or you wouldn't be trying to sell his his his hotel in Washington DC it's as only profitable hotel as far as anybody can tell and you know because we don't really know because we don't have his tax returns and and he's changes legal residents to Florida which is something that wealthy people do when they're on the verge of bankruptcy because in Florida you can put em virtually Anil unlimited amount of money into your home and have that survive bankruptcy said you know better

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Interview with Anil Dash Discussing Web Development

Developer Tea

09:55 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Anil Dash Discussing Web Development

"An ill welcome to the show thanks for having me it's kind of honor I feel like I've I've seen your work for a long time and I think the world is a better place because of what you do but for those who uh of for whatever reason they haven't encountered what you do the things that you are part of can you can give a basic background to the work that you're doing Jack make stuff on the web And so the first thing I became known for his I I started blogging about twenty years ago reading about software in pop culture and whatever else and then you didn't have to be he didn't have big late you consider tries though and then along the way I got to work a number of startups in the early days of social media out build a tool Co. movable type those sort of one of the first big long tools these billy's till the post and Gawker and things like that and then we'll recently a lot of my work has been around trying to enable collaboration creativity coating together so I'm on the board of Stack overflow and Sankara blow actually spun out of call our creed also travel links other products and about three years ago I took over the company and we launched so the latest in that series of products called glitch and it has become a very substantial very interesting community people creating web stuff together in it's both a platform we can code right your browser and instantly ship up to the entire web and also a really great creative community reconsider the People's work remix it in and and clower together and it's been a pretty you know knock on wood every night success and the gates we've had it just lots and lots devs come in and be like Oh this brings back creative feeling Ron cody and so we ended up actually rename the company to glitch and focusing all in on it and since we decided to do that about a year year and go it's really taken off people now built millions of APPs on the and that's one day to day is running the company and getting direct with the community and I'm GonNa ask you a intentionally broad and difficult question about glitch now I'm not sure Who is glitch made four and who is it made not for WHO's not made for I guess is a better with it and I can use English properly today who is it not made for that's a great question so the first thing I thought about is every Hamed a developer tool in the past it had always been this felt like they hadn't pictured guy sitting at a desk with a black turban screening green taxed on and that was the sort of the ethos in the aesthetic in and the mindset of this thing and who's GonNa prove your command line is this is how you became a developer and we actually have a great cohort of people that work that way and they're using this as a tools English but it wasn't that we put them I thought we know we check that box those kinds of developers but for people interestingly on other the opposite ends of the occur from that's the the middle of curve adopters on one enter a real experts who lobby on the web but have had you know any I be in differing views are created toward the tools of us and and I think they've lost some of the the joy the fun of just making stuff and sharing it because it's become very complicated you can't just ship stuff and all of a sudden you're negotiating your deployment environment and also stuff it's just in the way and so those very very experienced coders I think have lost the the fun of the soul of connecting them to creating an the other end are beginners in this can be a kid is learning to read the first line of each to mail it can be experienced over trying API that they haven't used before this sort of back to square one or somebody that doesn't take themselves coder at all maybe they do you know they edit formulas in spreadsheets workers like that the share in common you've got some technical skill but they're a little bit out of their comfort zone a little bit out of the norm in for them listing Louis they had the same needs that expert coder has when they just want to get an idea of their head which is I don't WanNa worry about the overhead and complexity I don't WanNa be distracted by getting something just the basics running I won't be expresses idea I wanNA capture this this little mood of inspiration than I had before evaporates because it's so fragile seen same way as like you know a lot of friends with musicians and all of us have in other guitar two new residents were sitting next to them so that they got it songs in their head they can just capture it and the same thing applies for for making stuff on the web were sometimes you said this fun idea you get out there on glitches as easy as remix it and change it tweet it to be exactly what you need for managed that's in your head we're making everybody that's ever had a moment that you don't be cool thank you know what the world should see this one little idea yeah that's super cool so there's a lot to be said for lowering the barrier to entry both for people who are you know well into the industry now the job and doing fine but also perhaps more importantly for people who are not in the industry who want to try something for the first time but they don't WanNA learn sixteen hours worth of coober netease material exactly right that's not what they're looking for and even like I can't I can't provisional serve on aws again the deploy script but my Gosh I don't want to you just WanNa make something in in back in the day I used to be able to go on Geo cities or journal or whatever the time and just sort of like shop something onto the Internet and it got worse and then it got hard you know and so he's got some difficult than it couldn't just you know try something can just experiment and so having I feel where it's like I said as joyful it's just like tapping out a song piano or something I it's a really Nice feeling yeah I think so so what you've said is this really cool the idea of of a quick idea get it out on paper and you know I think a lot of people may have a misconception about glitch based on our conversation so far that's only made for like these prototyping ideas but there's actually these like the ability to do production level thing right yeah so I mean we run glitch dot com visit south on which is estimated and that's obviously you know Michigan legal for us it's very important out but but either lots of companies where you you're not going to run your air traffic control system on it you're not gonna that's nine you're not gonNA run the Stock Exchange on it sure did that a lot of times or just like I wanted you know we have some old proprietary apple or company and we would like to have it ah you know drop something in the slack so we have a reporting system in I just wanted to set it up but I'm the one the president the office who has permission to launch production apt to do all the I'm stopping I don't WanNa ask the IT guys to do it for me in the third quarter of next year and so maybe I can just put something together and I think that that's the taste but I think it's true at home or somebody who's like I just wanted to you know put together a website to organize early neighborhood wants to clean up the park the playground I want to have to do a facebook group for it and there's a lot of different ways of capturing that impulse but their relapse and they really run and they there full stack and they are us any framework and toolkit API I do think a lot of times we start with that in Nicole were all of like in the technical bonafides and not so much the creative impulses destined care about the most is you actually figure out any tech you need to or any you will learn a teenage learn if there is an idea that just animates you so much that you need to create it in the world and Sony learn that way to begin with or at least started that way and And we wanted to sort of enable that because the expert coders are very well tended to there are tons of resource capabilities but the people who are like just need to get this idea out there and then maybe they got some experience coating or maybe you tone but will handle all that other complexity offer you WanNa go if you want to run the large scale production side like you are that's great that's all in there you don't have to think about that we start right yeah I think there's there's an interesting discussion here that kind of merges when when you start thinking about you know that seam between and I'm back when I was an agent he works especially I saw the same pronounce Stephen Moore but it's between the kind of creative people and technically adept people Zainur and develop per prototype kind of people where the designers kind of quarantines to this area where you know they might be able to make a motion prototypes they may even be able to work with HD on Java scrip- right but there's no way that that stuff is GonNa make it over that seem is not going to get into the quote real APP yet right and it got harder to because we introduce the frameworks of the toolkits build scripts that you couldn't just tweet it yourself now you you had have this knowledge

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Deaths caused by drivers running red lights at 10-year high

Ron St. Pierre

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Deaths caused by drivers running red lights at 10-year high

"More more cases cases of of drivers drivers running running red red lights lights with with deadly deadly results results his his boxes boxes Jane Jane Metzler Metzler the the number number of of people people killed killed by by drivers drivers running running red red lights lights reaching reaching that that ten ten year year high high triple triple a a analyzing analyzing the most recent statistics from the national highway traffic safety administration there from twenty seventeen when nine hundred thirty nine people died because drivers blew through red lights that's two fatalities a day up twenty eight percent from twenty twelve traffic deaths overall increased ten percent by comparison safety Anil suspect distracted driving may play a role along with traffic lights the change too quickly from yellow to red

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West Virginia University discussed on Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

West Virginia University discussed on Houston's Morning News

"Most dietary supplements don't protect people against heart attacks stroke or death from heart disease researchers at West Virginia University Anil analyze more than two hundred seventy different studies a covered almost a million people may I help you for other things but not for heart attacks strokes or

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